1 year old • Female • 25 lbs
Rosemary is dark brown with white on her chest and some of her toes, floppy ears, and a long tongue.
Rosemary is a loving and caring puppy. Her love extends to both dogs and people. She gets excited at the sight of either, whether friends or strangers (definitely not guard dog behavior!) She loves to cuddle and most certainly loves bellyrubs. She does not like being left alone and requires a lot of attention throughout the day, so she would do best with an owner who can offer her this. She is a very social puppy, and loves to play with other dogs and people. She is also very gentle and kid-friendly.
Rosemary is mostly crate-trained and will sleep in her crate throughout the night. She goes to the potty on command, though she is still a puppy and needs to be taken out multiple times during the day. She is also super intelligent and picks up on tricks and commands really quickly.
Above all else, Rosemary is loving and gentle. She would do well with a family that has time to give her the attention she so earnestly desires.
Rosemary is receiving her rounds of puppy vaccinations. She is currently undergoing treatment for Demodex.
Rosemary was found as a stray with her brother, Sage.
IAR subsidizes post-adoption professional training with Jane Marshall (www.cheerydogs.com) to encourage a life-long and successful bond between the dog and the adopter. Group classes for puppies and adult dogs are provided at a substantial discount to IAR adopters.